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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners 



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Beyond these Walls 

ofBSC 

2003 



Bridgewater State College 
Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02325 



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MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT MOHLER-FARIA 
BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE YEARBOOK 

Moving "Beyond the Walls of Bridgewater State College' 



Dear friends, 

Ever since my arrival on campus in the Fall of 1991, 1 have always thought of our college 
as a family - a family that is forever growing, constantly changing and continuously 
evolving. Together, we have faced the challenges that naturally go hand-in-hand with 
being a member of a large, diverse and dynamic family, and we've made the most of the 
opportunities to enrich our understanding of the world around us and to make a lasting, 
positive contribution to our society. 

Bridgewater State College, as the flagship of the state college system, has become a 
model of excellence in Southeastern Massachusetts. As I noted in my inaugural address, 
our institution is and should continue to be a place where new ideas and novel approaches 
are embraced, where opinions are respected, and where learning experiences help us find 
value in each other as human beings. 

Moving "beyond the walls of Bridgewater State College" means that we must do more 
than just set an example for others to follow. It means that we must actively lead the 
way. It means that we must use all of our gifts - our energy, enthusiasm, knowledge and 
spirit - to help guide our region down the path of excellence. It means that each of us 
needs to personally reach out and give something back to the people of Southeastern 
Massachusetts through mentoring and community service. 

And perhaps most important of all, it means that we must continue to live by these high 
standards long after we have, ourselves, moved beyond the walls of Bridgewater State 
College. 

Sincerely, 



Dana Mohler-Faria 
President 






Dr. Miller with his friend 
Professor Vernon Domingo. 

"He helped me discover not 
only geography, but helped 
me realize my life." 

- Former Student 

"Dedicated to life." 
- President Dana Mohler-Faria 

"Dr. Miller always had a smile 
and a big hello even if he was in 
a hurry." 

- Barbara Freeman 



The 2003 Yearbook Staff proudly dedicates this year 's 
book to Dr. Glenn Miller, who died on July 27, 2002 
from a battle with cancer. He was teaching all the 
way through the spring semester of 2002, even 
while going through treatments. Dr. Miller was part 
of the Earth Science and Geography Department 
since 1983. In his nineteen years at the college, he 
touched many lives in his students and faculty 
members. Faculty members that remember his first 
year here remember that he was impressive right at 
the beginning and knew that he was a great teacher. 
His students couldn't agree more. Dr. Miller taught 
his students not only about geography, but about 
life. Trips taken with the geography clubs only 
further showed this. There was never a dull mo- 
ment around the man. 

Through his academic journeys, he always kept the 
faith in his rock group of choice the Rolling Stones. 
The first few hits of "Satisfaction" always brought a 
smile to his face and renewed sense of power of 
music to energize everyone around. His air guitar 
was never too far away either. Dr. Glenn Miller can 
be described by many to be a very dedicated man, or 
better yet, the professor that cared. The BSC com- 
munity greatly misses Dr. Miller, especially the 
many staff and students whose lives he touched. 




"Three words to describe Dr. 
Miller: Father. Teacher. Friend." 

- Bill McNulty 

"I do believe that his love of 
geography now has him circling 
the globe in search of new terri- 
tory. ". 

- Maisy McDarby-Stanovich 





The East Campus Dining Facility opened, 
along with East Hall, and the Adrian 
Tinsley Atheltic Center. East Hall now 
has 300 students that occupy the facility 
and therefore took many people off the 
waiting list for housing. With a suite 
style layout, and air conditioning, many 
students took full advantage of having 
the opportunity to move into the newest 
place on campus. 



With the opening of new buildings 

round campus, and the first year of] 
having President Dana Mohler- \ 
Faria, it can be a year to remember. 














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The East Campus Commons facility made it possible 
for the Shea/Durgin dining hall to close, and open this 
new one. the building also has Dunkin' Donuts, and 
the newest Bookstore on campus. 




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The Tinsley Center will be the new home of the 
Department of Athletics and Recreation, as well as 
the Department of Movement Arts, Health Promo- 
tion and Leisure Studies. The facility houses class- 
rooms as well as a Fitness Center equipped with 
state-of-the-art strength and cardiovascular equip- 
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A year after the infamous day of September 11, the campus held a program to remember all 
of the heros that lost their lives that day. As the flags were raised to half-mast, students, adminis- 
trators, faculty, public safety and elected officials from the town of Bridewater all participated in the 
anniverary that touched all Americans. President Dana Mohler-Faria remembered how the tragic 
day renewed his spirit and how the next morning he found students around the flag pole praying. 
It was something that was unplanned, and showed how the community had come together. As we 
all remember back on the tragic day, we remember those who lost their lives, but need to remember 
how many people did survive the day, and are now around to share our memories with. 






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^ith the new addition of 
buildings, landscape had to be 
added to make the campus 
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Administration 




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Accounting 

& 

Finance 



Saul Auslander 
Patricia Bancroft 
Joseph D'Adamo 
Charleton Donchess 
Shannon Donovan 
Kathleen Sevigny 
Harold Silverman 
Joseph Stanford 






Art 



Front: Joan Hausrath, Preston Saunders, Mercedes Nunez, Brenda Molife, 
Beatrice St. Laurent 

Back: William Kendall, John Droege, Stephen Smalley, Dorothy Pulsifer, 
Ivana George, Roger Dunn, Rob Lorenson, Lynne Lennon 



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Aviation Science 



Richard Abers 
Veronica Cote 
Michael Farley 
William Heerman 
Michael Sloan 







Biological Sciences 




L to R: Hardy Moore, Sandra Whelan, Patricia 
Mancini, Michael Carson, Merideth Krevosky, Jeffery 
Bowen, D. Shanmugasundaram, John Jahoda 



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Chemical Sciences 



Edward Brush 
Cielito DeRamos-King 
Frank Gorga 
Steven Haefner 
Chifuru Noda 






Communication Studies & Theatre 
Arts 







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L-R: Arthur Lizie, Henry Shaffer, Paula Gardner, Susan Holton, 
Nancy Moses, Thomas Mickey, Arthur Dirks, Susan Miskelly, Joel 
Litvin 



Earth Science & Geography 




L-R: Robert Cicerone, James Hayes-Bohanan, 
Bettina Aten, Peter Saccocia, Vernon Domingo, 
Robert Hellstrom, Michael Krol 





Anthony Cicerone 
Margaret Landman 
Laniel Lomba 
Ranjit Vohra 




Economics 




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Elementary & Early 
Childhood Education 



Barbara Bautz 


Wayne Phillips 


Ruth Farrar 


Mary Shorey 


Steven Greenberg 


Robert Sylvester 


Jack Jones 


Gerald Thornell 


John Marvelle 


Joy Turpie 


Maureen Moir 


Nancy Witherell 


Greg Nelson 








Charles Angell 


Katherine Lee 


Leslie Angell 


Charles Nickerson 


Barbara Apstein 


Evelyn Pezzulkh 


Michael Boyd 


Lois Poule 


Ann Brunjes 


Jadwiga Smith 


Thomas Curley 


William Smith 


Harold DeLisle 


Judith Stanton 


Anne Doyle 


Philip Tabakow 


D'Ann George 


Lee Torda 


Arnold Girdharry 


Delija Valiukenas 


J. Michael Hurley 


Kathleen Vejvoda 


Garland Kimmer 


Gerald Walker 



English 




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Foreign Languages 



Duilio Ayalamacedo 
Fernanda Ferreira 
Stanley Hamilton 
Leora Lev 

Atandra Mukhopadhyay 
Kristin Shoaf 
Margaret Snook 
Julia Stakhnevich 







David Culver 
Luci Fortunato DeLisle 
Andrew Harris 
Leonid Heretz 
Andrew Holman 
Michael Ierardi 
Margaret Lowe 
Philip Silvia 
Jean Stonehouse 
Wing-Kai To 
Thomas Turner 
Alfred Wolff 



History 




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Management 



Jeanne Aurelio 


Sylvia Keyes 


Jon Bryan 


Dorothy Oppenheim 


Craig Cowles 


Peter Sietins 


Ely Dorsey 


Frank Sterrett 


Mercer Fellouris Robert Wolk 


Helene Fine 








Mathematics & Computer Science 





L to R: George Sethares, 
Mahmoud El-Hashash, 
Francis Lambiase, Richard 
Quindley, Zon-I Chang, Ward 
Heilman, I. Philip Scalisi, 
Torben Lorenzen, Uma 
Shama, Abdul Sattar, Walter 
Gleason, Thomas Moore 



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Marcia K. Anderson 

Sam Baumgarten 

Edward Braun 

Lydia Burak 

Paul Dubois 

Robert Frederick 

Janice Harris 

Edward Hard 

Robert Haslam 

Joseph Huber Amos Nwosu 

John Kilbourne Ellyn Robinson 

Kathleen Laquale Pamela Russell 

Nancy Moses Joseph Yeskewicz 



Movement Arts, 
Health Promotion 

& 
Leisure Studies 






Music 



David Garcia 
Jean Kreiling 
Deborah Nemko 
Carol Nicholeris 
Nancy Paxcia-Bibbins 
Salil Sachdev 
Steven Young 




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Philosophy 



Robert Fitzgibbons 
Edward James 
Francine Quaglio 
Steven Sanders 
Aeon Skoble 
Catherine Womack 








Physics 



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Martina Arndt 
Patricia Benson 
Ed Deveney 
James Munise 
Marcia Webb 
Jeffrey Williams 



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Political Science 



Brendan Burke 
George Candler 
Mark Kemper 
Christopher Kirkey 
Michael Kryzanek 
Shaheen Mozaffar 
George Serra 







Psychology 



Drake Chisholm 


Sandra Neargarder 


Richard Colgan 


Jeffrey Nicholas 


Elizabeth Englander Orlando Olivares 


Ruth Harmon 


David Richards 


Jonathan Holmes 


Louis Schippers 


Margaret Johnson 


Susan Todd 


Anne Murtagh 


Kenneth Wolkon 


Michael Murtagh 






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Secondary Education & 
Professional Programs 




Front: Anne Hird, Victoria 
Bacon, Michael Kocet, Janice 
Costello, Rosalind Morrison, 
Thanh Nguyen, John-Michael 
Bodi 

Back: Raymond ZuWallack, 
Lynne Yeamans, Maxine 
Rawlins, Frederick Tirrel, 
Joanne Newcombe 
Missing: Louise Graham 




Gary Calhoun 
Dina Carbonell 
Lucinda King-Frode 
Rebecca Leavitt 
Beverly Lovett 
Anna Martin-Jearld 





Social Work 




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Donald Armfield 
Walter Carroll 
Fang Deng 
Sandra Faiman-Silva 
Patricia Fanning 
Diana Fox 
James Harmon 
Richard Henry 
Curtiss Hoffman 
William Levin 
Kim Maclnnis 
Carolyn Petrosino 
Abraham Thomas 



Sociology 



Anthropology 





Special Education 

& 
Communication Disorders 



Joanne Abdallah Jeri Katz 

Tracy Baldrate Robert MacMillan 

Lisa Battaglino Kathleen McNamara 

Sandra Ciocci Roya Sayadi 

Harriet Jacobster Lidia Silveira 



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Academic Achievement 
Center & Honors Center 



Academic Affairs 



Peggy Smith 
Dorie AuCoin 
Roberta Eldredge 
Mariann Lorray 
Manuela Moniz 
Helena Santos 
Pamela Spillane 
Martha Jones 




Back 1-r: Sandra Courschene, 
Jane Murphy, Kelly Duarte, 
Donna Whitney, Sandra 
Christoun, Joyce Cook 
Front: Patricia O'Brien, Nancy 
Kleniewski 



Administration & Finance Admissions 



Miguel Gomes 
Deborah Ellis 
Kristin Hanson 
Avis Patten 
Margarida Vieira 
P. Robert Cincotta 



Marian Spencer 
Alisa Andrade 
Nanette Baines 
Aisha Knight Boykin 
Tim Campbell 
Cynthia Coates 
Judy Collins 
Dwight Cook 
Rosella DeTerra 
Andrea Frisoli 
Elizabeth Mizaras 
Carol Pierce 
Steven Rose 
Linda Warren 



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Affirmative Action/Minority 
Affairs & Equal Opportunity 



Alumni Relations 



Alan V. Comedy 
Ann Matthews 



Candace Maguire 
Lauraine Daniels 
Michelle Slavick 



Athletics 




Back 1-r: Ken Duarte, Lawrence Crosby, Janet 
Maguire, Mike Storey, Gayle Olson, Bob 
Colandreo, Sue Crosby-Tangen, Laura Trull 
Front 1-r: Sandy Morgrage, Charles Denune, 
Glenn Gonsalves, Dan Rezendes, Susan 
Chaves, John Harper, Josh Hexter, Mike 
Holbrook 



Bookstore 



Jack Murphy 
Vicki DePaolis 
Diane Leurini 
Paul Provencher 
Missy White 



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Budget Office 



Campus Police 



Emilie Bent 
Lucy Cummings 
Sandra Flathers 
Barbara Landers 
Elaine Viveiros 



David Tillinghast, James Ballinger, Mary 
Margaret Benson, A. Bud Beaudoin, 
Robert Brown, Barry Buckley, Mary 
Busby, Joseph Cabral, David Cardella, 
Jeffrey Crandall, Lionel Child, A. Gordon 
Defmonte, Tim Donovan, Daniel Dos 
Santos, Ronald Dufresne, Jessica Ellis, 
Michael Froio, James Fruzzetti, Joseph 
Gaidanowicz, Eric Gagnon, William 
Garrison, Elizabeth Gormley, Stephen 
Joiner, Matthew Jones, Jeffrey Kilroy, 
James Lemanski, Dot Macdonald, 
Annette Marquis, Thomas McMullen, 
Robert Nelson, Edward O'Donnell III, 
Joseph Roginielewicz, Matthew Rushton, 
Richard St. Germain, Scott Sampson, 
Jonathan Simmons, John Vafides, 
Raymond Wise, Judy Wrightington 



Campus Life and 
Confrences 

Laura Aikey 
Jean Brennan 
Ann Charon 
James Hallenback 
Maureen Herrmann 
Catherine Holbrook 
Mark Johnson 
Donna Murphy 
Lynne Payson 
John Phaneuf 
Randi Rezendes 
Mark Rothman 
Timothy Sullivan 
Shandra Taylor 
Elaine Warnbolt 



Career Services 




Back 1-r: Tracey L. Connell, 

Shannon Finning, Denise 

Diliddo 

Front: John Paganelli, 

Christine Tetreault, Brian 

Salvaggio 



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Counseling Center 



Financial Aid 



Wayne Assing 
Christine Catraio 
Robert Haynor 
Leigh- Ann Larson 
Doris Murray 
Philip Roberts 
Grace Seibert-Larke 
Sheila Tamkin-Simons 



Food Services 



Carol Barris 
Gary Boothby 
Robert Cook 
Edward Gorman 
Bart Huntley 
Oneida Miceli 
Gail Rotundi 



Rhoda Adams-Rocha 
Janice Evans 
Janet Gumbris 
Anne Henley 
Catherine Kedski 
Diane Place 
Margaret Powers 
Linda Sennott 
Cynthia Sweeney 
Pamela Trezzi 
Kristine Vidal 






Health Services 







L to R: Ann Doyle, Valia 
Thorns, Marilyn McMahon, 
Kathleen Candeias, Jeanne 
Kinsella, Mary Lou Frias, 
Christine Bradbury, Stephan 
Vinitsky 



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Human Resources 



Kim Boyle 
Eileen DeAndrade 
Lisa Doucette 
Nancy Ferguson 
Dorothy Grosswendt 
Melinda Lamoureux 
Sally Stewart 
Jane Thomas 



Media Services 



Library 




L to R: Steve Lau, Shu-Chen Tu, 
Robin Hall, Kevin Manning, Marlene 
Suchy, Jennifer Walsh, Laurel Jones, 
Erin-Leigh Sullivan, Cynthia 
Svoboda, Stacie Chandler, Kendra St. 
Aubin, Susan Dailey, Rachel Emde, 
Mabell Bates, Pamela Hayesbohanan, 
Mary Ellen West, Janine Anduino, 
Cecilia Darling, Kathleen Churchill 

Moakley Center 




L to R: Steven Bourreau, Brian 
Kreizinger, Mondy Lacroix, Eric Feibel, 
Lisa Brown, Siddhardta Mitra, Johanna 
Solorzano, Jeanne M. Boutin, Jennifer 
Golazloarden, Nubelia Moreira 



Mary Fuller 
Maureen Hermann 
Debbie Marx 
Patricia Shea 



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President's Office 



Public Affairs 



Victor DeSantis 
Barbara Knox 
Laura Machado 
Susan McCombe 
Dana Mohler-Faria 
Pamela Reed 



Linda Balzotti 
Debi Bousquet 
Karen Callan 
Eva Gaffney 
Roberta Harris 
Marie Murphy 
Julie Reardon 
David Wilson 



Purchasing 



Resident Life & 
Housing 



Diane Chagnon 
Gina Guasconi 
Cindy Meyer 
Nancy Pendleton 
Stephanie Ryan 
Jean Zona 




Back L to R: Jessica Taylor, Kym 
Turpin, Monica Ouellette, Shelly 
Keniston, Brian Lalli, Stanna 
Rogalski, Rita Camara 
Front: Tiffany Tate, Kristy Ann 
Baird, Beth Moriarty, Kathy 
Enos, Sean McCabe 



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Student Activities 



Student Affairs 



Laurie Duclos 
Peter George 
Sally Hall 
Patricia Hogan 
Cindy Kane 
Jim McKellar 
Jennifer Murray 
Kendra Sroka 



Gael Deluliis 
Tony Esposito 
Catherine Holbrook 
Nancy Jenesky 
Robbin R. Maloney 
Lynette Willett 



Student Records & 
Registration 

Tracy Charbonnier 
Irene Checkovich 
Nancy Clay 
Leona Mazzoleni 
Lois Medeiros 
Margaret mercier 
Sarah Nunn 
Robin Riley 
Janet Taylor 
Michele Trezzi 




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Lynette M. Alessi 

North Quincy, MA 



Samantha M. Ambroise 

Brockton, MA 



Aime R. Anderson 

East Bridgewater, MA 





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Nicole C. Appell 

Wrentham, MA 



Hiroko Asa no 

Japan 



Suzanne M. Askin 

Marshfield, MA 




Joseph D. Barakat 

Holbrook, MA 



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Congratulations 










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vaud A. Barbasa De Burgo 

Boston, MA 



Kaitlin A. Barker 

Methueii, MA: 



James R. Barnard 

Eastham, MA 





Edgard D. Barroso 

Fall River, MA 



Kristen S. Barrows 

New Bedford, MA 



Danielle M. Bean 

Bethel, VT 







Matthew Beattie 

Bellingham, MA 



Chinenye A. Belonwu 



Randolph,MA 



Joanna M. Bertolino 

Mills, MA 



the Class of 20031 



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Holly K. Bilodeau 

Manchester, NH 



Johanna E, Bradley 

Bradford; MA 



Jennifer L. Braley 

Onset, MA 




Nicole E. Braley 



Onset, MA 



Jeffrey P. Brems 

Kingston,MA 



Christine M. Bren 

Monson, MA 





Aimee B. Bridgwood 

B.ridgewater, MA 



Dawn E. Brooder 

West port, MA 



ate Brovelli 

Franklin, MA 



Congratulations 








Meaghan A. Burke 



Taunton, MA 




Samantha A. Clark 

Dorchester, MA 



-Marie K. Calb 

East Bridgeivater, MA 



Leah J. Chiavaroli 

Halifax, MA 




Robin F. Chirillo 

Holbrook, MA 



Elizabeth A. Choquette 

S. Dartmouth, MA 



Lynn Christmas 

Randolph, MA ; 









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Rebecca L. Clough 

Haverhill, MA 



Anne E. Coakley 

" Taunton, MA 



the Class of 2003! 



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Katelyn J. Costa 

Somerset, MA 



Suzanne Cronin 

W. Quincy, MA 



Joseph Daday 

Attkboro,MA 





Jeanine M. Dalessio 

Pembroke, MA 




Christina M. Daly 

Holbrook, MA 



Amy L. Darmetko 

Hanover,' MA 






Robyn E. Davidson 

, Marion, MA 



Megan E. Davis 

West Falmouth, MA 



Edward P. Dervan 

West Roxbun/, MA 



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Congratulations 








Heather L. Desjardin 



Brockton, MA 



Katelyn A. Devin 

Abington, MA 



Jennifer L. Digregorio 

Braintree, MA 





Antonio L. Dipierro 

Nexv Bedford, MA 



Katie J. Donahue 

Yarmouth Port, MA 



Elena B. Dreizine 

Bridgewater.MA 






Sarah C. Dubee 

Lakeville, MA 



Helen M. Duffin 

' Hudson, MA 



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Alyssa J. Dulski 

' Randolph, MA 



the Class of 2003! 



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Raimundo C. Espinosa 

NeuLBedford, MA 



Adam A. Farina 

Bridgewater , MA 



Melanie Ferreira 

Westport, MA 





Sarah E. Ferrulle 

Marshfirld, MA 



Kara E. Fitzgerald 

Georgetown, MA 



elissa E. Flattery 

Whitman, MA 



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Congratulations 








Katia I. Fontes 

Brockton, Ma 





Andrew C. Fuccillo 

Braintree, MA 





Kristen F. Ford 

Fall River, MA 



Bobby G. Fortes 

Brockton, MA 




Paul G. Forte 

Brockton, MA 




Jessica L. Frazier 

Norton, MA 



Sandra F. Freitas 

Stoughton, MA 





Cathleen Si Furtado 

New Bedford, MA 



Colleen E. Gallagher 

Halifax, MA 



the Class of 20031 



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Amy C. Gamache 

Holden, MA 



Adrienne A. Gatien 

South Weymouth, MA 



Megan E. Gaudette 

Acushnet, MA 





Jennifer M. Gemelli 



Norwood, MA 



Tracey L. Geraghty 

Pembroke, MA 



Molly M. Gilmour 

Marion, MA 





Heather L. Glynn 

BpiiCgewater, MA 



Audrey A. Gobiel 

South Boston, MA 



Benjamin D. Goldberg 

Attleboro, MA 



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Congratulations 




Alison J. Hatch 

West Bridgewater, MA 



Beth M. Hebert 

North Attkboro, MA 





Jessica A. Hey 

Webster, MA 






Melissa A. Hill 

Chestnut Hill, MA 



Jacqueline Hobin 

Braintree, MA. 



Lori E. Ippolito 

North Easton, MA 



the Class of 20031 



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Kristen N. Jackson 

New Bedford, MA 



Shanaye L. Johnson 

Roxbury, MA 



Alicia M. Juaire 

AttkborOrMA 





Ashley M. Karpf 

Newbury, MA 



Benjamin S. Katz 

Hull MA 



Crystal L. Kelley 

Quincy, MA 





Michelle D. Kelley 

, Foxboro, MA 



Kathryn P. Kenney 

Wi'st'ci'ood, MA 



Noriko Kimata 

Japan 



Congratulations 




Adam R. King 

Bridgezoater, MA 




Cheng Lut Lee 

Sudbury, MA 




Jasmine Komiyama 

Japan 



Brian M. Krug 

Norton, MA 




Allyson V. Kuhn 

Bridgewater, MA 



Anthony C. Kutchmanich 

Randloph, MA 



Joshua I. Lavoie 

Rehoboth, MA 





David R. Lemee 

Halifax, MA 





Marcy S. Levine 

Abington,MA 



the Class of 20031 



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Andrea M. Maher 

Plymouth, MA 



Shannon B. M alloy 

Somerset, MA 



Jamie R. Malone 

Hyannis,'MA 





Kate G. Malone 

Bjfidgewater, MA 



Emily M. Manion 

Attleboro, MA 



Rebecca L. Marshall 

Hollis, NH 



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Congratulations 




Stephen E. Me Arthur 



Braintree, MA 



Christine E. MePherson 

Norton. MA 



Melanie A. Medeiros 

Somerset, MA 






Marissa A. Meister 

Taunton, MA 



Kimberly A. Mello 

Dracut, MA 



Sarah P. Moore 

Bridgewater, MA ' 



the Class of 20031 



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Brenda Ngu 

Randolph, MA 



Melissa.L.;Novick 

North Attleboro, MA 



Meaghan O'Brien 

Hyde Park, MA 






Michele H. O'Geare 

South Weymouth; MA 



Tiffany A. O'Keefe 

Mansfield, 'MA' 



Katie M. Peterson 

Ablngton, MA 



ina M. Plante-Jancef 

East Providence, RI 



Robyn M. PoWell 



Jennifer L. Pell 

Acushnet,MA 





Millis, MA 



Congratulations 




Seth A. Price 

Fall River, MA 




Michael J. Sale 

Revere, MA 




Erin K. Reilly 

Attleboro, MA 




Tamara S. Ridore 

Taunton, MA 




Nicholas T. Reuter 



Manchester, CT 




Amy L. Riendeau 

Raynham, MA 



Tara M. Ruth 

Weymouth, MA 





Christine Sameiro 

South Dartmouth, MA 



Suzanne Santosuosso 

Peabody,MA 



the Class of 20031 



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Leanne R. ScipiOft 

Stiaron, MA 



Jennifer Sousa 

■ East Sandwich, MA 



Jennifer Shields 

Mar$hfield,MA 




Jessica L. Silva 

Wi&gewater, MA 





Allyson L. Shulman 

Plymouth, MA 




Corinne M. Sirianos 

Billerka/MA 



Kristy \L. Smith 

Wolfeboro,NH 





Rosa A. Sousa 



Swansea, MA. 



Diane E. Stanchina 

Norton, MA 



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Congratulations 





Antony R. Stark 

Bridgeioater, MA 




Megan E. Swan 

Brockton, MA 





Jennifer D. Stephenson 



Ashland, MA 



Tarin E. Stewart 

Moummoth Lakes, CA 





Kelly J. Stieghorst 

Kingston, MA 



Brittany J. Strojny 

Nantucket, MA 



Kelly A. Sullivan 

Swansea, MA 






Laura J. Swart 

Yorktown,NY 



Virginia S. Syzdek 

Duxbury, MA 



the Class of 2003! 



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Jennifer Tause 

Weymouth, MA 



Colleen T. Taylor 

Methuen,MA 




Alicia N. Torres 

Somerset, MA: 



Jessica R. Uhlman 

North Aitlcboro.MA 



Nicole L. Urbanek 

New Bedford, MA 



Marianne L. Terruso 

West Bridge-water, MA 



Kerry M. Tripp 

Westport, MA 




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Rnynlwm, MA 




Ytisuke Ueno 

Bridgewatef, MA 




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Amy ML Walton 

Air Station, MA 






orraine S. Warner 

Kingston, MA 



Kate A. Warren 

Marsh field, MA 






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New Bedford, MA 



Katie L. Watson 

North Dartmouth, MA 



Raymond E. Wilcox Jr. 

Bridgewater , MA 







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Therese J. Winger 

Bridgewater, MA 



Amy E. Winter 

Kingston, MA 



Kristin C. Woodman 

Brockton, MA 



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President Mohier-Faria's first con- 
vocation of his Presidency was one 
• to .remember. The new College 
Marshall, Dr. Wayne Phillips was 
announced. 

Class President from 1983, Repre- 
sentative Peter J. Koutoujian was 
the feature speaker who spoke to 
the students with inspiration and 
his sometimes hyserical pep talk. 
He reminised how he didn't work 
as hard as he could have, but now 
years later, and with some luck, he 
went through law school and now 
is a Representative. 
President Mohler-Faria then pre- 
sented' the medallions to honored 
faculty for twenty five years of ser- 
vice to Dr. Joel Litvin and Dr. Rob- 
ert Frederick. President Mohler- 
Faria also acknowledged all fac- 
ulty and staff present, which was 
the breaking Convocation tradition. 
Class president, Rebecca Marshall 
left the day on a good note saying, 
" As we leave convocation, thank a 
member of the faculty or staff who 
touched your life in some way or 
made a difference. Let's use this 
one chance [as seniors] to make 
BSC the best it can be." 





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Inauguration 

A little piece of history went down on campus on 
Friday, October 18, 2002. Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, 
lifelong resident of Onset, Massachusetts, and an 
impressive 11 year campus resume, was officially 
inaugurated as the President of Bridgewater State 
College. Fittingly, with his 1 1 years of service to the 
Bridgewater campus and community, it can be seen 
as ironic that he has become the 11th President of 
the college. The lifelong friend of Mohler-Faria, Dr. 
Donald Monteiro took to the podium and let the 
audience know what sort of journey it has been for 
the new president, and how he received help along 
the way from his family and friends. Finally, when 
Mohler-Faria spoke, he stressed his "Journey to 
Excellence" by placing emphasis on nurturing what 
he referred to as BSC's three most precious re- 
sources, "Our community, our people, and our 
campus." All in all the new president stressed that 
this is not a journey he will make alone, "We will 
band together to find comfort and strength as we 
face the uncertainty of a future that lies before us." 
In closing, Mohler-Faria "happily accepted" the 
responsibilities of his office. "As or your native son, 
I come to serve you, not to be served by you. . .not to 
be ministered unto, but to minister." 





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All faculty and staff file into the gym at the beginning of the ceremony. 








State Representative David 
Flynn relayed his happiness 
for the new President and 
entrusted him with confi- 
dence with the care of BSC. 





President Mohler-Faria rises to the 

podium to address faculty, staff, 

students and family. 




BSG's choir sings the school song to 
end the ceremony. 



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President Emertius Adrian 
Tinsley passes her medalion to 
■President Mohler-Faria. 




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A new addition to the BSC community. 
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And these two lucky ones are the 
winners to kiss the pig! 



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Oh no!! A pie in the face!!. 



That's okay, Annie V^era seems to 
enjoy it!! '.< 



All outside 
and showing 
the new 
fashions of 
balloons for 
the spring! 






Christie Sears 
enjoys the day 
in the sun, all 
before going 
to one of her 
last classes of 
the semester. 





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This was the first commencement where the 
new president of the college, Dr. Dana Mohler- 
Faria presided. This year 's winter commence- 
ment, held on January 31, featured for thp 
first time ever at Bridgewater, the awardL . 
of honorary degrees to a father and daughter. 
Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, president c ' 
Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, the con 
mencement speaker, and native of the town 
of Bridge water> was presented with anhonary 
Doctor of Intercultural Relations degree, 
while her father, Dr. Robert Daniel, professor 
emeritus at Bridgewater, who was the first 
African- American to be appointed to the full- 
time faculty of Bridgewater in 1959, received 
an honorary Doctor of Public Education de- 
gree. Dr. Tatum said that graduation is, "a 
,- time when people ask a lot of questions about 
future plans ... some graduates find these**w^ 
questions annoying because they don't have 
a plan just yet. Others have an immediate 
answer. " She concluded her speech with 
"may each of you find for yourselves that 
place where your deep gladness meets the 
world's deep need." Student speaker, 
Kathryn Stone of Marshfield spoke on the 
lessons learned here at BSC. "We have learned 
invaluable lessons here, and these lessons 
will allow us to move on and become suc- 
cessful as teachers, scientists, managers, art- 
ists, historians and so much more. But we 
have also learned many valuable lessons of 
life. Bridgewater has prepared us to accept 
responsibility, embrace diversity and work 

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community and teach others. Know that 
wherever you go, and whatever you do, yc 
can and will make a difference." 






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Overcast skies and cool tempera- 
tures did not dampen the spirits of 
the more than 950 graduates who 
received undergraduate and gradu-* 
ate degrees during the 162 nd Spring 
Commencement ceremonies. In 
President Dana Moler-Faria's firs^ 
spring commencement, he define 
the journey of excellence he has s 
often referred to during the first yea 
of his presidentqy. "It's about learn- 

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letting them suffocate the true cham- 
pion inside of you." 
Former Maryland Gov. Dr. Parrk 
Glendening, told the graduates dur- 
ing his keynote address to consider 
the noble cause of public service and 
become this century's greatest gen- 
eration. 

^vid Lentini II of Bridgewater gave 
student address in which he 

.sked his classmates what they 
would like to say to the audience. 
Their collective response was thank 
you. "Thank you to the parents that 
believed in the value of an education 
and made sacrifices on their behalf. 
Thank you to the profesors that chal- 
lenged their mind and impassioned 
their spirit, so today, on behalf of 
the class of 2003, 1 would like to 
thank all the Villagers' that helped 
raise these 'children'." 



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Fall Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 



2003 





Field Hockey 

Front (L to R): Johannah Price, Ann 
Nolan, Erika Smith, Ashley Karpf, Laurei 
Mazzola 

Middle: Meghan Snee, Jill Tosti, Sarah 
Smith, Colleen Bateson, Bethany Smith, 
Danielle D'Agositno, Tammy Taranto, - 
Melanie Van Kleeck, Erin Lonergan 
Back: Courtney Evans, Amy 
Richendollar, Jamie McCormack, Teresa 
Soderholm, Kristen Finn, Sarah Maker, 
Kacie Hinchliffe, Kimberly Carlson, Sarat 
Anononi, Sharon Smart, Kochi Endo, Jen 
Menard 



Volleyball 

Front (L to R): Melissa Healy, Amy 
Donnelly, Kristen LaRoche, Kelly Taylor, 
Melissa Machado, Dana Lang 
Back: Jen Belcher, Cathie Harrington, 
Misty Bernhardt, Emily Desjardins, 
Kristin Prokopas, Audra Fredette, Patricia 
Carlson, Amy Davis, Mike Camara, Ken 
Duarte 



Football Team 

List not provided. 



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Team Pictures 




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Men's Soccer 

Front (L to R): Phil Howe, Ryan 
Perry, Seth Falconer, Rich Dupont, 
Scott Losi, Matt Pearce, Mike 
Brammer, Mike Quinn, Ian Melton 
Middle: Kevin Fitzgibbon, Jesse 
Boliver, Junji Mochizuki, Deron 
Jackson, Billy Goodell, Allan 
Villatoro, Jonathan Rezende, Tim 
Clinton, Jimmy Philips, Brendan 
Adams 

Back: Brian Krug, Ryan Mackiewicz, 
Emmanuel Quayson, Gerald Stuart, 
Sean Stewart, Mike Testa 



Women's Soccer 

Front (L to R): Kim Olson, Leah 
Johnson, Christine Spellman, Elizabeth 
Spellman, Kristen Frederoski, Danielle 
Ferald, Gemma Sinclair, Elise Bolton 
Middle: Kim Bourque, Kim Rhodes, 
Heather Fredette, Andrea Depari, 
Michelle Rhodes, Stephanie Mason, 
Maura Cacciatore 
Back: Jennifer Monaghan, Alanna 
Graden, Natalie Lyons, Amy Osetek, 
Jennifer Pondelli, Elizabeth Simmons, 
Jennifer Brogan, Kathleen Burke, 
Jessica Moura, Andrea Zeigler 















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Fall Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 




2003 



The girls soccer team warms 
up. 




All lined up and 
ready to tear 
through 
Framingham's 
defense! 



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Candids 






The football 
screams for joy as 
another touch- 
down is made! 




BSC showed 
strong offense 
against 
Brandeis. 






The women's sports proved strong this fall 




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Fall Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 



2003 




Wheaton may be a strong 
team, but BSC pulls out the 
win! 




Showing some 
quick moves 
against Brandeis 
proves who the 
better team is. 



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Scoreboards 




Women's Volleyball 

BSC Opp 

Eastern CT State 2 3 

Wheaton College 3 2 

M.I.T. 3 

Brandeis University 3 1 

UMass-Dartmouth 3 

Colby-Sawyer Col 3 1 

Springfield College 2 3 

Wesleyan University 3 

Western NE College 3 

Mass Maritime 3 

Rhode Island College 3 2 

Roger Williams Univ 3 

Wheaton College 1 3 

Bates College 3 

Framingham State 3 

Bates College 1 3 

Johnson and Wales 3 

Plymouth State College 3 

Western Conn. State 3 

Worcester State 3 1 

MCLA 3 

Fitchburg State 3 

Salem State 3 

Smith College 1 3 

Clark University 3 

Brandeis University 2 3 

Bates College 3 

Westfield State 3 

Eastern Nazarene Coll 3 1 

Saint Joseph's College 3 

Colby Sawyer College 3 1 

Eastern Nazarene Coll 3 1 

Mass Maritime 3 

Framingham State 3 

Salem State 3 

Benedictine University 3 



Women's Tennis 

BSC Opp 
Newport Invitational 4th place 

Roger William 9 

Worcester State 6 3 

Rhode Island Coll 5 4 

Emmanuel College 7 2 

Babson College 1 8 

Regis College 6 3 

Johnson & Wales 9 

UMass-Dartmouth 2 7 

Salem State 1 8 

Stonehill College 9 



Field Hockey 

BSC Opp 

Endicott College 1 

Babson College 4 

Stonehill College 1 

WPI 5 

Framingham State 3 1 

Wheaton College 1 

Worcester State 1 

Eastern Connecticut 1 > 

UMass-Dartmouth 3 

Keene State 3 

Plymouth State 1 4 

Fitchburg State 1 

Salem State 

Westfield State 1 

University of S. Maine 



Women's Soccer 

BSC Opp 

UMass-Dartmouth 5 2 

Eastern Connecticut 2 1 

Bowdoin College 1 2 

Plymouth State 3 2 

Babson College 1 

MIT 2 

Keene State 2 

Framingham State 1 

Massachusetts Col 2 1 

Westfield State 3 1 

Rhode Island Col 2 1 

Fitchburg State 9 

Roger Williams 5 

Worcester State 2 

Salve Regina 1 

Salem State 4 2 

Salem State 2 

Framingham State 2 

Western New Eng 

Wheaton College 1 



Football 



Nichols College 
UMass-Dartmouth 
Framingham State 
Fitchburg State 
Maine Maritime 
Westfield State 
Salve Regina 
Worcester State 
Mass. Maritime 



BSC Opp 



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Men's Soccer 


BSC 
Stonehill College 2 


Opp 

1 


Wheaton College 1 
Plymouth State 1 
UMass-Dartmouth 


2 


Eastern Connecticut 3 


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Brandeis University 1 
Framingham State 11 
Springfield College 2 
Massachusetts Col 2 




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1 




Westfield State 2 





Rhode Island Col 1 


2 


Mass. Maritime 6 





Fitchburg State 
Worcester State 1 


1 

2 


Babson College 1 
Salem State 


5 



Salem State 2 


1 


Worcester State 


3 



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Winter Athletics 





2003 



Women's Swimming 

List not provided. 



Men's Swimming 

List not provided. 



Wrestling 

Front (L to R): Scott Wilson, Andy Cook, 

Brian Pederson, Mike Donovan, Steve 

Hawkins 

Middle: Ken Stone, Greg Barnes, Andrea 

Giacomozzi, Ben Therrien, Kyle 

Hunsicker, Nick Erban, Kyle Giacomozzi, 

Pat Brown 

Back: Mike Kenney, Chris Primo, Brian 

Bartlett, Craig Buckley, Doug Currier, 

Ollie Risigari-Gai, Brian Borkowski 



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Team Pictures 



Women's Basketball 

Front (L to R): Stephanie Hurley, 
Lynne Allen, Paula Habel 
Middle: Megan King, Katie Barber, 
Robyn Bodajla, Elizabeth Martin, 
Tricia Pendergast, Katelyn Hart 
Back: Jamie Ross, Meghan Clifford, 
Heidi Egan, Erin Lantry, Jessica 
Worden, Cara Baldini, Samantha 
Curry, Brian Piecewicz, Bridgett 
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Men's Basketball 

Front (L to R): Jerry Richardson, 
Billie Jacobo 

Middle: Brandon Sowers, Brian 
Adamczyk, Ryan Anderson, Peter 
Santos, Matt Badiali, Billy Hymon 
Back: Alessandra Kariotis, Jim 
O'Connell, Joe Farroba, Keith Gill, 
Nick Robichaud, Tim Ryan, Dan 
Cournoyer, Chris Hayes, David 
Rukstalis, Mike Rondeau, Mike 
Donovan 




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Men's Indoor Track 

List not provided. 



Women's Indoor Track 

List not provided. 




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Winter Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 



2003 




Diving into the water, and 
onto victory, Annie Nolan 
swims for her team. 




With his opponent 
pinned down, this 
BSC student has 
won his match. 



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Candids 




Up for a foul shot, 
this shot makes the 
game! 




Our basket- 
ball teams 
prove solid 
for the year. 







Coaches help all student athletes succeed. 



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Winter Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 



2003 




Fighting for the ball can't get 
much harder than this! 




Swimming for the 
gold. 



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Scoreboards 



Women's Basketball 



Nyack College 51 

Le Moyne College 70 

Johnson & Wales 80 

Pine Manor College 62 

Babson College 55 

UMASS Dartmouth 74 

Endicott College 73 

Graceland University 48 

Nichols College 80 

Eastern CT State Univ 60 

Emmanuel College 64 

Westfield State 62 

Framingham State 77 

Massachusetts College 60 

UMASS Boston 58 

Worcester State 70 

Salem State 49 

Fitchburg State 72 

Westfield State 55 

Framingham State 60 

Massachusetts College 62 

Worcester State 66 

Salem State 50 

Fitchburg State 72 

Fitchburg State 69 

Salem State 65 



Men's Basketball 

BSC Opp 



Nyack College 


70 


68 


East Stroudsburg Un 


83 


69 


Mount Ida College 


64 


56 


UMASS Dartmouth 


65 


72 


Curry College 


70 


62 


Wheaton College 


70 


83 


Linfield College 


80 


10 


Edgewood College 


62 


77 


Concordia University 


71 


73 


Rhode Island College 


70 


83 


Emmanuel College 


79 


50 


Westfield State Coll 


74 


71 


Framingham State 


70 


55 


Massachusetts Coll 


101 


75 


UMASS Boston 


59 


71 


Worcester State 


51 


58 


Salem State 


70 


84 


Fitchburg State 


64 


69 


Westfield State 


62 


72 


Framingham State 


65 


68 


Massachusetts Coll 


95 


72 


Worcester State 


59 


60 


Salem State 


73 


86 


Fitchburg State 


75 


68 


Fitchburg State 


82 


78 


Salem State 


70 


75 






Swimming/Diving 




Men 


Women 


Western N.E. 




W 


UMASS Dartmouth W 


L 


Clark University 


W 


L 


Coast Guard Diving 




Tufts University 


L 




Eastern CT State 




W 


Gordon College 


W 


W 


Plymouth State 




L 


Wheaton College 


W 


L 


Salem State 


W 


W 


Keene State 


L 


L 


Westfield State 




L 


Bentley College 


L 


L 


Babson College 


L 


W 



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Wrestling 




Win/Lose 




Johnson & Wales L 




Roger William Inv. 7th Place 


Springfield Inv. 10th Place 


Kutztown Inv. 5th Place 


Western NE W 




Bryant College W 


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Wilkes University L 




Springfield College L 




Wesleyan Univ. L 




York College L 




Ursinus College L 




Muhlenberg College L 




John Hopkins Univ L 




Worcester Polytech W 




American Inter W 




Springfield Tech W 




Williams L 








U.S. Coast Guard L 




Springfield College W 




Worcester Polytech W 




U.S. Coast Guard W 




Trinity College L 




U. Southern Maine W 




MIT W 




Roger Williams W 




Naval Academy PrepW 




Norwich University L 




RI College L 




Trinity College W 




NE Championship 8th Place 


NCAA Division III 45th Place 




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Spring Athletics 





2003 



Women's Lacrosse 

List not provided. 




Baseball 

List not provided. 



Women's Softball 

Front (L to R): Emily Hunt, Natalia 
Ardagna, Tracy Karcz, Betsy Ahearn, 
Jennifer Plausse, Jennifer Quental, 
Christing Alloso, Jennifer Seaver, 
Amy Napert 

Back: Janet Maguire, Jenni Brooks, 
Erin Lonergan, Erin Burke, Natalie 
Barbanti, Gretchen Muller, Alicia 
Juaire, Marie Wall, Jill Downing, 
Nicole Couto, Amanda Sanson, Katie 
Lenart, Carrie Kuprycz 



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Team Pictures 



Men's Tennis 

Front (L to R): Takahiro Kobayoshi, 
Dave Goldfarb, Zachary Poole, James 
Beard, Mondy LaCroix 
Back: Jenny Menard, Mike Bradley, 
John Indrisano, Ryan Mackiewicz, 
Michael Manchester, Matthew Dalton, 
Naoki Yodogawa 






Outdoor Track 

Carrie Griffin, Sarah FaseL Melissa 
Carter, Kristin Neville, Cristina 
Nardozzi, Nathan Goldrick, Katie 
Carter, Russell Trottier, Christiopher 
Tevnan 

Middle: Ed Delgado, Sara Beatty, 
Ashley Coggeshall, Kendra Gignac, 
Darcie Ritch, Tammy Souza, 
Christopher Starr, Walter Clark, Andy 
Fuccillo, Alison Fletcher, Bridget Russo 
Back: Greg Belsky, Rob Ricciardi, Sean 
Hanlon, Justin Mugits, Chad Natti, 
Dave Mackewicz, Rob Sheldon, Jim 
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Spring Athletics 



BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 




2003 



The softball team prepares 
for yet another victory over 
Fitchburg State College! 




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catch the next 
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2003 



All the Baseball boys are 
ready for action to have a 
good season! 




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Scoreboards 



Baseball 

BSC Opp 

Catholic University 4 8 

Grace College II 

Ursinus College 4 6 

Washington College 7 ? 

Gettysburg College 3 ^ 

Gordon College " 

Univ Virginia-Wise / u 

Suffolk University 2 
Wheaton College 

Univ of S. Maine 19 i 

Univ of S. Maine 6 

Massachusetts College 15 

Massachusetts College 3 

Worcester State 3 

Worcester State 4 14 
Wheaton College 

Brandeis University 9 

Salem State College ■'• 
Salem State College 

Framingham State 14 1 

Framingham State 3 1 

Eastern Connecticut 3 19 
UMASS Dartmouth 

UMASS Dartmouth 7 9 

Westfield State 13 3 

Westfield State 10 8 

Mass Maritime Ac 17 li 

Mass Maritime Ac li 

Babson College 14 4 
Fitchburg State 

Fitchburg State 11 3 

Framingham State ~< '< 3 
Fitchburg State 
Worcester State 



Softball 



Maryville 1 

Simpson College 

McKendree College 

Simpson College 1 

Lake Forest College 
NJ City University 

SUNY L 

Westminster College 2 

Monclair State Univ 1 
Kean University 

Kean University V 

Clark University 6 

Clark University 1 

Wheaton College 
Wheaton College 

Fitchburg State L 
Fitchburg State 
Tufts Universtiy 
Tufts University 

Massachusetts College 2 

Massachusetts College 

Worcester State 7 

Worcester State 10 

Springfield College 

Springfield College 4 

U. of Southern Maine 2 

U. of Southern Maine 4 

Salem State 11 

Salem State 5 

Framingham State II 

Framingham State 5 

Westfield State » 9 

Westfield State 3 

Mass Maritime 3 

Massachusetts College 1 

Westfield State 4 

Massachusetts College 



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BSC Opp 
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BSC Invitational 
Northeastern Invitational 
MASCAC 

New Englan Division III 
All New Englands 
ECAC's Championships 
NCAA Championships 



Women's Lacrosse 




BSC 


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Salve Regina 


7 


9 


WNEC 


11 


8 


Lasell College 


22 


7 


Worcester State 


24 


3 


Elms College 


30 





UMASS Dartmouth 16 


8 


Salem State 


26 





Wheaton College 


10 


21 


Mount Holoke 


11 


10 


Bryant College 


8 


17 


Worcester State 


25 


3 


Western NE Col 


18 


7 


Wheaton College 


9 


14 




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...a look back on all active groups 
on campus and what they have 
done for the BSC Community! 



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First Row (L to R): Kay tee Bolcombe, Nancy Byrne, Tar a 

Breland, Erin Rone 

Second Row: Julie Raynor, Kendra Sroka 

Third Row: Peggy Smith, Jennifer Dancey, Sandra Farias, Tara 

Auciello, Laura Flynn, Kim Comer, Shannon McKenny, Kevin 

Croke, Adam Farina 

Fourth Row: Brian King 






Christian Fellowship & FCA 




Front (L to R): Chris Chapin, Rev. Chang-Hee 

Son, Wesley Son 

Middle: Sam McCord, John Shimkus, Andy 

Fuccillo, Jesse Andrade 

Back: Lia Smith, Brooke Diguere, Patsy Tobey 

Crissy Dissimore, Debbie Davey, Nabiha Abid 








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Row 1 (L to R): Monique Champagne, Mike Haggerty, Kristin 

Gilmore, Amy Berard, Alysha Hosford, Vanessa Lima, Michael 

Johnson 

Row 2: Craig Harris, Pamela Goodall, Coree Dibble, Kristy Myers, 

Kim Borgeson, Krystal Mascroft, Allison Surette, Keriann Whalen 

Row 3: Tara Callahan, Christine Atturio, Dena Levy, Trish 

Realbuto, Amanda Hoffman, Julia Deeyan, Jason Cahoon, Angela 

Chianese, Erik Smith, Eric Mosse 

Row 4: Chris Nuttall, Christina Blais, 

Ryan St. Aubin, Laura Christo, 

Stephanie Jennings, Melissa Pinto, 

Jess Doyle, Sheri Folsom, Annie Vieira 







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to have fun! 




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Mic nights. 



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Front (L to R): Joy Long, Megan Code, Shalika Smith 
Middle: Laetisha Vinceont, Jenny Anderson, Rita Bufford, 
Toria Coffey, Cheryl Goss 

Back: Latiya Bishap, Amy Hymon, Emily Walsh 
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Front (L to R): Amy Carver 

Middle: Joey Buizon, Sarah Harling 

Back: Pam Spillane, Crystal Kelley, Elizabeth Higgins, 

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Front (L to R): Justin Campbell, Lauren Dowd, Michael 

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knows how to have fun 
early in the morning!! 




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Yearbook 




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Lucy Cook shows 
what this book is 
about - all the 
smiles... 




...while Erin 
Domirtov shows 
how the work gets 
done around here, 
but also having 
fun... 





...and the Editor, Sara 
Bieniek is all smiles 
now that the book is 
complete!! 



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Students all around campus make their way to and from class. Getting from Boyden to 
Hart Hall in less than ten minutes is no easy task! Here the students demonstrate getting 
to class, and trying to have fun while doing it! 





Activities 





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Homecoming seems to be everyone's favorite activity on campus to participate in one 
way or another. These students participated in the Homecoming Parade held every year 
before the football game. 



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Activities 





Enjoying all activities, these students (and Bristico) enjoy all the 
fun of getting involved here at BSC! Even from watching others, 
the students are always interested in what others are doing to 
help out the community. 



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1 Sarah Cook and Missy Mandeville 
almost lose their keys on the way to 
the car. 

2. Derek Correia was caught un- 
aware by a photographer! 

3. These four girls show that living 
in a quad is fun! "^j 

4. Martha Fumbuh and Nicole 
D'antiono pose for a pic before they 
rest their eyes 

5. The f^pur trouble makers like play- 
ing "Hide the Penguin" between the 
rooms. 

6. Lucy Cdok shows off her 
Abercrombie boys. lJHPU 

7. Barrie Guarino reads happily for 
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'needs to be turned on earlier in the 
semester. ... : . . 

9. Dana Roderick, Marissa Lemieus, 
David Raymond and GJnaf Femino 
all cuddle up for Dawson's Creek. 

10. Mark Griff in, Todd Lupham and 
Ralph Dimonte take a brief bre^ 
from watching MNE 

11. It's the weekend and thes£ 
are ready to go out for the night! 





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1 Jamie Rochefort finishes up her 
homework so she can go work at the 
Comment for the night. 
2. Jess Worden takes her trash to 
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though it's such a nic r- 
outside, Mike Thorn and Eli Hill 
decide to stay in for the day. 

4. Protector of the hallway, Amy 
Beckerman takes her job seriously. 

5. Lisa Letourneu moves h 
onto her bed. 

6. Scott Sudol shows that there is no 
time fo* pictures when a re 
due in an hour! 

7. Chatting on the net, Pamela Coates 
catches up with friends back home. 

8. These boys take a moment from 
playing PS2 





urren and Caitlin Paris 

reak to catch up on all 

\ gossip! 

These four boys snow tnat living 
in a quad is a bonding experience! 




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. Marlery Pires takes a second out 
of her dance rountine to smile for 
the camera. 

2. Must....start paper!! 

3. With , KaitlinC 
is ready for bed! 

4. Jessica Krajewski and Jenna 
Doherty are ready to go out for the 
night. 

5. Sam Ciof f i feels loved after her 
boyfriend sent her flowers. 

6. Kathlene Szymczyk shows off 
the best door in Wood. 

7. Cheryl Hastings do ~ 
to do any mo 
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.Colleen Daniels works diligently 
to complete her homework. 

2. Sorry, Cindy Crouse. We barged 
in on your TV time. 

3. Matt Bapteista relaxes after a long 
Lacrosse workout. 

4. Luke Mattz watches the Sorority 
Life with glee while roommate 
Justin Mesedo tries to remain cc 
posed. 

5. Becky Marshall, Kristen 
DeStephano, and Shannon Scarletta 
are a tight knit group. You never see 
one without the other. ^ 

6. Ryan Curran plays seine late- 
nieht virtual football on PS2. 

7. Jen Hamilton puts up an awa 
message before she heads out for v 
night on the town. 












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M publisher's Clearing House knock- 

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1. Kim Berry sits at her computer. 
Are you really writing that paper or 
are you online? 

2. Caitlin Dawson, Katie Lynn, Laura 
Swart, and Melissa Murke are ready 
to head out to find Thursday 



em and Bobby 
Mathewson, collapse on the couch. 
Comi brt at last! 

4. With a longing expression, Gizelda 
Lima sits at her computer \ 
someone to IM her. 

5. Chris Benker, Erin Burke, 
Louveraidge, Jacob Cerullo 

energized for I 

7. Bailey Carinda enjoys talking to 





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ullarky gear up for Monc. 
tball. 

Naiayan Sham and Katie 
Cunningham take a breather from 
their cramming. 

11. Betsy Johnson and Colleen Belson 
listen to MP3's on the laptop. 




1. Ryan Blais stops laughing long 
enough to smile for the camera. 
Cheese! 

2. After a hard midterm, Michelle 
Bagge stops for some R&R. 

3. Erica I i, Amy Collier and 
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4. Chris Zarmba and Erica Hoft 
cuddle after a long day of classes. 

5. Lindi Donelson and SophiaJ 



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6. Matt Chapdelaine turns a 1 

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his 1 | pearl; 

9. Devon McCaughis and Crystal 
Dion keep each other from falling 
over! 

10. "The Space 1 
Boltome and her Dave Matthews 
Band is never far away! 

11. Kristin Letendre, Lynn Christm 
and Jenn Buono talk "girl talk" whi 
chillin in their room. 



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1 Melissa Hill tunes in for her daily 
dose of news. 

2. Mike Berube sighs in frustration 
as the Yankees trounce the Red Sox 
in an early season home game. 

3. John Downs takes a nap afte" 
lay. 

4. Phil DaVid does his best wax 
figure impression. 

5. Nicole Chandler, Chrissy Bruin, 
nd Michelle Bergeson ponder ov 2: 
vhat to make for dinner. 

6. Justin Meguties and Chris 
Cheney gear up for a T 
evening on the town. 



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that drives the ladies wild. 
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orld News 



Joint service security forces from the Air Force 
and Army team-up to provide protection for 
base personnell and assets at a forwart de- 
ployed air base in Southwest Asi in support of 
Operation Iraqi Freedom March 23, 2003. 

Photo credit: Master Sgt. Terry L. Blevins 




3 ID Band, Spc. Church, Sgt. Stephens, 
Sgt. Birkford in convoy security for 
Division Main Operation on March 23, 
2003. The 3 ID Band is originally from 
Fort Stewart, Ga. The unit is currently 
deployed in support of Operation Iraqi 
Freedom. 

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Marines from TF Tarawa hand out 
needed food and supplies to Iraqi 
citizens near AnNasariyah, Iraq while 
in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 

Photo credit: LCpl BJ Nealy 



Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division in 
firing positions during an enemy ap- 
proach on their position at objective 

RAMA, in f ' ' * ' " 

2003. 

Photo credit: Set. Igor Paustovski 




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Tech. Sgt. Rey Rodriguez, a load team 
superintendent with the 621st Tanker 
Airlift Control -.Element assist U.S. Army 
soldiers as they board a C-130 aircraft at 
an undisclosed location on April 4, 2003. 
Sgt. Rodriguez is deployed here from the 
821st Air Mobility Squadron at McGuire 
Air Force Base, NT.J., alongwith the U.S. 
Army in Support of Operation Iraqi 
Freedom 

Photo credit: Staff Sgt. Quinton T. Burris 



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Space Shuttle Columbia 






The seven STS-107 crew member take a break from 
their training regimen to pose for the traditional 
crew portrait. Seated in front are astronauts Rick 
D. Husband (left), mission commander; Kalpana 
Chawla, mission specialist; and William C. 
McCool, pilot. Standing are (from left) astronauts 
David M. Brown, Laurel B. Clark, and Michael P. 
Anderson, all mission specialists; and Ilan Ramon, 
payload specialist representing the Israeli Space 
Agency. 



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President George W. Bush addressed 
the crowed on the mall of the 
Johnson Space Center during the 
memorial for the memorial for the 
Columbia astronauts. 



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To Dr. Glenn Miller 



Where to begin? I suppose where most BSC students begin when they talk about Dr. Miller. Human Geography, > 

Everyone ended up taking this course. "Stupid GER's", most students would grumble on their way to a class that had 

nothing to do withe their major. 

But once they got into Dr. Miller's classroom, this particular GER wasn't so bad. Some students, some with chosen majors, 

some 'undeclared' as I was, made the jump to the Earth Sciences and Geography department because they sat in Glenn 

Miller's classroom. Because they appreciated the sense of humor he brought to his lessons. Because you knew just to listen to 

him that he loved his career and his field of expertise. 

Dr. Miller was, by his own admission; a 'visual learner'. He said he grasped an idea better and quicker if he had a vision to 

put to it. A picture or a video. And so it was that the Glenn Richard Miller came to be the sole reason that Xerox has stayed 

in business for so long. Many of us speculated that he owned a majority of stock in the company, There was a handout for 

everything. 

I recall in the Human Geography course, he taught a lesson on how ideas spread oyer tirne and space, from one group of 

people to another. He used rock 'n roll as his example, the sheet was a question and answer format! Where did this start? 

He listed a place. Who did it appeal to? He listed ah age group. Further down the sheet a question asked 'was there any 

hindrance tothe spread of this idea?' The response was "Certainly, my parents." 

Halloween was a special time of year for Dr. Miller. In the fall of 1994 Halloween was the day before the class I had With him, 

so he brought in his costume the next day to show everyone who had missed out- His costume was a black sweat suit with 

orange and yellow pieces of tape all over it, some solid lines, some dotted and there were small stuffed animals safety-pinned 

all oer it. He held this up with a smile on his face, very proud of his creation and waited for someone to guess what it was he 

had dressed up as. After some mumbling among the students who were clearly confused by this sight, he announced to us, 

"I went as roadkill!" The year following, Dr. Mjller walked into the classroom m 

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of them. 



I would say my fondest memories of Dr. Miller are from our class trip to Chicago for the Association of American Geogra- 
phers convention in March of 1995. the convention happened to fall during BSC's spring break. Since Dr. Miller had never 
missed a convention, he wanted his students to take the opportunity to experience one as well. He lobbied the administration 
to help subsidize the trip and he convinced the school to view this trip as an education One and therefore worth three credits 
toward graduation as if it were a regular semester-long course. 

A group of us went to Ed Debevic's for lunch one day. the joke is that the wait-staff is rude to everyone, it's their gimmich. 
Everyone is in costume... well, almost everone. We notice a waitress who appeared to be about 8 monts pregnant and our 
group debated back and forth whether she was really pregnant or it was a costume. As we were settling the bill our waitress 
was standing nearby speaking to the is-she-or-isn't-she pregnant waitress. Dr. Miller, being quite sure it was in fact a cos- 
tume, spoke up. 

Dr. Miller: "Excuse me, could you settle an argument for us?" 
Our Waitress: "You wanna know if she's really pregnant right?" 
As Dr. Miller started to nod yes... 

Other Waitress, with a snippy tone: "Which idiot thinks Tm not?" 
OK, agUmeht settled. 

And of course, dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe. Having dinner and sharing laughs was air fine and well, but the highlight was 
after dinner checking out the memorabilia on display. One of my favorite pictures from the trip was taken that night. Drs 
Miller and Domingo, BSC's own Glimmer Twins, worshiping /a statue of Mick Jagger. 

I recall quirky little things about hi the word karaoke. He didn't say it kah-ree-o-kee. He said kuh-ro-kee. At first 1 didn't 
know what he was talking about. When a few of us tried to get him to adjust his pronunciation, we quickly found he was 
happy with his own. 

It's strange. Obviously condolences should be offered to his family and friends, but there's another group I feel I should offer 
my sympathy to. All the students who passed through Bridgewater and didn't take the opportunity to sit in Dr. Miller's 
classroom and all the future BSC students who will never even get the chance. Pardon the cliche, but they don't know 
what they're missing. 

I was never a straight A student, but regardless of what grade I got, I enjoyed every class I had with Dr. Miller and recom- 
mended him to everyone. I feel so lucky to have known him. I have only good memories of him, I will think of him fondly, 
and I will miss him terribly. 



Suzanne DiFalco 

Class of 1996 



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'The past year has been filled 

kwith new adventures and experi- 
ences. Let us always remember 
the good times we had and the 
laughter we shared. Whatever 
the future may hold, we are 
ready." 
Unknown 



"I know the price of success: 
dedication, hard work and the 
unremitting devotion to the 
i&rigs you want to happen." 
Frank Lloyd Wright 










"Some editors are failed writers, 
but so are most writers." 
T.S. Eliot 



Without the help of many individuals, 
this book would not be possible. First 
and foremost, I would like to thank my 
staff. Lucy Cook and Erin Domino v, I 
appreciate all your hard work and 
dedication. Second, I would like to 
thank Norval Garnett of Jostens' Pub- 
lishing for your never-ending suport 
and constant encouragement. I would 
also like to thank Caren Korin of 
Davor Photography for your time and 
effort. Third, I would like to thank the 
Comment, or more specifically 
Michael Long for his help on articles 
about activities around campus used 
throughout this book, and of course 
Pat Hogan who made coming to the 
office every day a delight. Last, but 
certainly not least, I would like to 
thank the Student Activities Office f o 
all their support, especially Cindy 
Kane and Jim McKellar, your constant 
support and dedication to help me Has 
not gone unnoticed. 




For starters, this is probably the hardest page that was done in this entire b 
There is never something perfect to say at just the right moment. You may think yo 
know exactly what to say, and how to say it, and when to say it, but do you really kno 
For the last nine months, IVe known that I would have to write this letter, but no ideas 
have ever flown to my head. Believe me, I wanted to fill this space with just more pic- 
tures, but I'm sure you all have you memories from all your friends that you would like 
to cherish too. 

I would like to say, Congratulations to all the Seniors, and that we've made it, but 
alas, I'm not graduating until next year. But none the less, the Congratulations are for 
you! You've made it, and now you're in the real world. Don't forget your past, but don't 
forget to look ahead to your future. Hopefully now you're one step closer to achieving 
your eternal goal. Everyone in life needs goals, because without them, what are you 
trying to go for? 

Always remember what brought you here today. Moving in freshman year with 
the 700 or so Freshman into the "Hill." I'm sure you all have your horrid stories from 
that year. Wearing shower shoes wherever you went in the building, trying to get to class 
all the way on the other side of the campus in less than ten minutes, because when you 
were making your schedule, you had no idea where any of the buildings were. Remem- 
ber all the late night talks with your friends, and all of the delivery orders you had. Re- 
member that first college final you had, and how you felt afterwards. Remember about 
all the parking situations that has gone on through the last four years. There is so many 
other different situations that I'm sure run through your mind as your college career is 
coming to a close. 

Now look ahead. You've taken your last final exam, no more parking problems 
(well at school anyways). You're planning your life now, and plan well, and if things 
don't work out to what you would like, you have every right to change your way, and go 
another direction. You have your friends and family there to support you in anything 
you want to do. Just look on how you've accomplished college! You've made progress in 
what you want to do with your life, just keep continuing on, and you'll accomplish any- 
thing. No dream is too small to look for. If you have the courage to get this far, you 
surely have enough for the next step! You are now at the end of one of many journeys, 
and another gate is now opening to embark on. I hope the success you have today brings 
tomorrow's achievements. 

Once again, Congratulations to all you Seniors. Good luck in the real world, and 
I'll see you all there soon! 




Sara M. Bieniek 
Editor-in-Chief 










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